There is a "Do Not Disturb" checkbox in GNOME but the only thing it does is that it suppresses showing notifications. You still hear sounds coming in from all the chat and mail applications, etc. Also it doesn't have any possibility to turn it off after some time automatically like you normally do on the phone.
@benwerd We're also expecting, a boy in February. So haha, normally I would try to ignore baby photos on social media but nowadays I don't mind :D
Today something weird happened with my computer. First it hang and I couldn't move the mouse anymore, then I hard rebooted it and it couldn't find my root partition anymore. I thought the SSD broke so I switched it to a different computer and it works fine there. I put in a new SSD and the new one has the same problem.
Then the bios tells me that the date is not set, while setting the date I see that the SATA setting is set to Raid, while I remember that I...
@NDAKWSmqxKgh Warscheinlich was nach einem update? Man muesste z.B. mit Ctrl+Alt+F3 auf ne andere Konsole wechseln, dort dann in die command line einloggen und dann vielleicht probieren nochmal ein update einzuleiten.
@fliegerjohn oh, wow this is amazing! I only went the python route because I for some reason just assumed that exiftool can't read .HEIC files and deal with the timezone, but your script deals with both! Looks like I will be forking your script 🤣
Or actually there is only one thing I'd change, I wouldn't hard-code the file extension but instead allow it to be passed as an argument. This way you can use it on everything exiftool can handle.
@fliegerjohn Yeah totally understandable. I am still fiddling with those scripts because I found out that I didn't take time zones into account so that there were different time zones set on different phones which then mangled the time information so that pictures were not in the right order if they came from different phones.
But slowly I'm getting there I think. In the future I surly will need to take other file types into account too.
@fliegerjohn Your script only works with the file creation date, while copying it around from different devices those dates are wrong for my use case
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When we went to Europe for vacation we recorded videos and took photos on different devices like iPhones and Android phones, etc. I counted and it's about 2000 files. Now I wanted to create a travel video with it but when you have so many files from different devices they are named differently and it's impossible to chronologically sort them.
I wrote some scripts which get the recording or taking the photo date and time and rename the files so it could be...
@benwerd nobody has any direct problems with those other than that they give legitimacy by numbers to the other group, so we can't just ignore the other group like with fringe sects.
holy crap did any of you know about Apache2's built in ACME support
Apache2 can do the exact thing Caddy does and automatically get certs from Let's Encrypt at runtime
you just have to flip it on (per domain name)
@ChrisWere personally I think gaming content is super boring. The only time I enjoyed it whas when Pewdiepie played minecraft hile creating all those story lines himself.
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